The Oklahoma Miner (Krebs, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 52, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 26, 1922 Page: 4 of 4
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Harry Burton Editor
Entered as second-class matter
t the postofiice at Krebs Okia-
i vna under the Act of March 3
Made known upon inpuiry
Legal Notices at legal rates and
account due on delivry and proof
of Publication; no ads run for
KibS than 25 cts
For uuality groceries west
prices see Butler Cash Grocer.
Rogers county is filled with
stillo and 20 to 40 arrests are
being made daily.
P. M General Hayes will leave
the Cabinet March 1st. to take
charge of the Moving Picture
Industry of the United States.
For best bread use Sweet
Heart Flour Butler's Cash
Just because a man says he
has no desire to be rich does not
mean that he tells the truth. i
The Okmulgee High School '
basket ball team defeated the'
Mc Alester High School team
last week 30 to 18.
Tanlac will overcome that run
down delibitated condition and
make you feel just like your own
self again-Mil wee Drug Co.
We are doing what nviny pa-
pers are doing printing two
pages but will get back to the
regular size when conditions ue
An officer in Tulsa held a girl
for going 40 miles an hour in a
car. 'Then you can't Nieme
she to'.d the Judge" "because I
was'nt out driving an hour"
LOST: Parker Fountain pen
between High School and K-p'es
residence. Return to V. A.
Stackable and receive liberable
Mr. and Mrs. Shannon went
to WaMiington. I). 6. owing to
the i Iness of their daughter
Helen 1' ranees. Her many true
friends here hope for her speedy
We can't understand why so
much money is being sent to
foreign countries to help the!
needy when we have thousands'
of soldiers in need in wurowu!
"I have taken eight bottles of
Tanlac and have actually gained
40 pounds in weight and feel
better and stronger than I have
felt before in twenty-five years"
hays O. H. Mahaffy of Nash-
ville Te n. Milwee Drug Co.
Mrs. Newton Oglesby received
a telegram Tuesday evening from
her sister Mrs. Jack Budd at
San Antone Texas stating that
her baby died that morning.
Mrs. Oglesby left for that city
John R. Mott General Secie-
tary of the International Com-
mittee o the Y. M. C. A. of N.
America is to make three ad-
dresses at Oklahoma City Feb.
2 and 3 at the annual Convention
He is regarded as among the
world's best posted men on the
world affairs of the day.
Farmers desiring to borrow
money from War Finance fnnds
should go to their local banker
and ask him to make application
to the Oklahoma committee of
the War Finance corporation at
Oklahoma City since all loans
are made through local banks
and not to the individual farmer.
Of course adequate security must
be given to secure the loan.
Mr. Wage Earner
Have You Thoug at Seriously
Of the small po epidemic? Have ou made
the protection of your family possible if you
should become a victim? If not why not?
W. K. HOKEY
Agent Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Telephone S&'J.
A )!.v. n si; fill e 1 at all h)irj. flic with Dr. Turns
Harry J. Oglesby's Drug Store
TOILET AXH RtTJHKR GOODS
We ""ua ran tee pergonal atun'.mnto Prescript-
ions. Only purest drui used. Lmet prices.
quality considered. Call and inspect our stock
Tlie drink of
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Coffee houses formerly served as news
centres where the intelligent men of tha
time gathered to discuxs public matters.
Coffee is the only flavor that is pleasing to
everybody. Good coffee has become a part of
the daily life of the millions. It is a grand good
gift of Nature 1
Nothing like the smacking goodness of a good
pure wholesome cup of genuine coffee fresh from
the roasters. That's the coffee you find here.
Our coffee has the rare fragrance and aroma of
the pure coffee berry no bitter taste of hulls or
husks. A well bodied full flavored coffee.
This brand is well known as a high grade coffee.
j We recommend it to all our patrons. Try it
next time 1
Oklahoma City January 18 1922
Mr James A. Heathcock
Dear Sir:- '
In answer lo your letter oi the 5th. we arc
closing quite a large volume' of good business at the pres-
ent time and we shall be glad to have you send us letters
of information and applications on any loan which you may
have pending! We feel that we are equipped to give you
especially good service in spite of the present tigl t condie
ion of the money maiket.
Gunji Brothers Company V)v .
NOTICE OP REAL ESTATE.
In the matter of Guardainshipof
I Samuel G. Leak a minor.
! Notice is hereby given in pur
suance of an order of the County j
J Courtof the County of Pittsburg ;
l State of Oklahoma made on thel
1 14th. day of January 1922 the-
undersigned guardian of the es-'
1 tate of Samuel G. Leak will sell
at Public Sale tothe highest
1 bidder subject to confirmation by
I said Court on the 6th. day of I
February A. D. 1922 at Ten
o'clock A. M.f at the front door
of the County Court House
'Pittsburg County Oklahoma all
.the right title and interest of1
said Samael G. Leak in and to
the following described real es
tnte situated in Pittsburg Coun-
ty State of Oklahoma to wit:-
Est one-half of ilot 2 and'lot ?1
in block 17 located in Crow er
Pittsburg County. State cf Okla-
homa. And all improvements'
Said real estate will be sold n '
the following terms and condit-
ions to wit:- Cash. ' j
Dated tha 18th. day of Jan
Do you know
you can roll
one ba$ of
W Amy pC
We want you to have tho
best paper for "BULL."
So now you can receive
with each packaged book
of 24 leaves ol M1U.V.
tho very finest cigarette
paper in tho world.
C ) ChtftrwKfsciflr
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
One cold in ten gets away to a
long start and results in serious
disease. Every cold should
be stopped immediately it ap-
pears. OUR COLD REME-
DY will stop all colds and not
miss one in a hundred. Get a
package and depend upon it
The Quality Druggist.
Get your Tanlac where they'v
got it Mil wen Drug Co.
The snow the snow the beau-
tiful snow how I love you but I
do wish you'de go.
You must show a health cer-
j tificate before you can get into a
ipictuie show or attend any pub
'lic gathering in MoAlester.
I Two trials in one day kept
Judge Heatncock busy Wednesday.
vrTE OF OKLAHOMA )
Pitching County )
Judson Clements Hullender
Leona Steele Hullender
State of Oklahoma to the above
Saiddefenden-t Leona Steele
Hullender will take notice that
she 'has bee sued in above nam-
ed court for a divorce on the
grounds of desertion and adul-
try and you said defendent.
must answer this petition filed
therein by said plaintiff on or be-
fore the 2nd. day of March 1922.
or said Detition will be taken as
true and a judgment for said
plaintiff will be rendered accord-
ingly. H. I. Astin County Clerk
By Alice McHenry Dpy. Clerk
Wilkinson. Scott & Hudson
Attorney for Plaintiff
Hard Time Prices
On eorvlhiny in stock.
Yes wo art making bargain
bargain prices so it is a food
Mrs. A. Michael
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Burton, Harry. The Oklahoma Miner (Krebs, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 52, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 26, 1922, newspaper, January 26, 1922; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70769/m1/4/: accessed January 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.